Monday, February 15, 2010

Starting the Week: International Perspectives and More

* These are the kinds of trades I rehearse in simulation mode; more on this topic shortly;

* Coaching yourself to let profits run;

* EU finance ministers to meet today regarding aid to Greece;

* China as uber black swan;

* How the market behaves after President's Day and other good readings;

* ETF investors avoiding the U.S. and many more fine links;

* Excellent ETF review for the week shows some breaching their 200 DMA;

* Housing aid to wind down; what next?

* StockScouter's top rated stocks;

* Questioning getting wedded to bear views;

* Unemployment leading to emigration in Ireland;

* Yuan to rise to fight inflation in China?

* How we are misjudging China;

* Continued concerns over the role of investment banks in hiding Greek debt;

* Housing bubble in Canada?
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1 comment:

RoachApproach said...

Thanks for the link to China – The Mother of All Black Swans. Have a nice President's Day.

Cheers,
Markus